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Copperworks Whiskey Distilled from a Rare Barley

We’re excited to have Release 035 of Copperworks American Single Malt Whiskey on the shelves at the distillery and in the online store. This is our first release that uses Baronesse Barley, a special barley grown in southeastern Washington State and malted by LINC Malt in Spokane, Washington. Release 035 was created by combining four […]

How We Make Spirits from Beer

The Copperworks label says “From great brewing comes great spirits.” That’s partly because Copperworks was founded by brewers who spent decades making beer before they became distillers. But it’s also because all our products start as a high-quality craft beer, without hops. We don’t want to add bitterness to our vodka, gin, and whiskey, so […]

Is it scotch? Is it bourbon? No, it’s American Single Malt Whiskey

Now that we’ve released Copperworks American Single Malt Whiskey, we talk with folks from all over the world about whiskey. And a question we often get is “Are you making bourbon or scotch?” The answer is “neither,” because Copperworks makes what is a fairly new style of whiskey: American Single Malt Whiskey. It’s an emerging […]